In 2015, Artcurial Monaco SAM opens, under the direction of Louise Gréther, making the Principality a place of reference.
The opening of our offices in the heart of Monte Carlo enables Artcurial to be present throughout the year in the Principality, and more widely, on the Côte d'Azur. Louise Gréther regularly organises meetings for inventories, valuation days and cultural events in Monaco and in the region.
Artcurial organises a week of luxury sales in the summer and winter, around specialities such as Jewellery, Collector Timepieces and Vintage Hermès, thereby concentrating its luxury pole in Monaco. These annual events have become essential for enthusiasts and collectors from around the world.
In the image of exceptional past sales, Artcurial can, depending on the opportunity, orchestrate various specialty auctions in the Principality, such as the remarkable set from HSH Prince Rainier III of Monaco’s car collection or the very beautiful collection of Philippe Hiquily sculptures.
The Artcurial specialists are at your disposal to meet throughout the year in Monaco for complimentary and confidential valuations in all the areas covered by the House, ranging from Contemporary Art, Furniture and Art Objects to Ancient Paintings, Design or Collector’s Cars.
Artcurial Monaco joins the list of international offices and reinforces the European network of Artcurial together with Germany, Austria, Belgium and Italy.
Our specialists are available throughout the year in our Monaco office or at your home to provide complimentary and confidential valuations and bespoke inventories for your artwork and objects.
Free & Confidential Expertises by Appointment.
Louise Gréther is British and holds a masters degree in political science from the University of Edinburgh and a degree in International Relations and Economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). Passionate about art and culture since her teenage years, her international career provided an opportunity to work in different fields across a diverse geographical region.
She started her career working for the European Union and O.S.C.E on international election observation missions and then moved to London to work for an American consulting firm where she was a director in their business intelligence and investigations practice.
She is now based in Monaco, a place she has been closely connected to for over 15 years. Her business background and international profile seduced Artcuial and as director of the new office in Monaco she has turned her passion into her profession.
Auction on Monday 20th July 2020
Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo
Once again this year, the Auction house will be present in Monaco from 16th to 21st July for a week of sales focusing on Jewellery, Important Watches, Vintage Hermès and Collector Cars. Discover some of the top lots of this major event not to be missed.
Fig Trees, a work painted by Soutine between 1920 and 1921, will be auctioned off on 8th July at Artcurial during the Modern & Contemporary Art evening sale.
On 8th and 9th July, the Impressionist & Modern and Post-War & Contemporary departments will have the pleasure of holding their prestige sales, which will offer a vast selection of exceptional paintings and sculptures. At the evening Contemporary Art sale, collectors will have the opportunity to explore works by Simon Hantaï, Pierre Soulages and Antoni Tapiès. For the first time in France, a rare and exceptional stabile by Alexander Calder will be on offer.
21 July 2020, Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo
Marie Sanna-Legrand, Director of Watch Departement and and Geoffroy Ader, Expert in Watches, describe a dynamic and growing market, looking for big names and iconic models that resonate.
Following on the sale of the historic furnishings of the Ritz Hotel in 2018, Artcurial will be auctioning close to 1,500 lots dedicated to French Arts of the table and Arts of living.
In 2019, Artcurial, leading French auction house, has confirmed its position of major international player in the art market and totaled €203.1 m, +4% compared to 2018.
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